DEFENDER Andy Graham has set his sights on a fourth career promotion as the Wasps face Brechin at Glebe Park tonight.

Jim Goodwin's squad will be battling it out to earn a place in the Scottish Championship and will be taking The City on in the first leg of the play-offs with a rematch at the Recreation Park this weekend.

Andy, 33, has spent five seasons in the league and managed to get promoted with his teams three times.

He is still keen to repeat the feat and said: “To get another would be fantastic – it’s the best feeling in the world.

“You try telling people how these days don’t come about too often and you try and pass it onto the younger players who have their whole careers ahead of them and just think it’ll happen every year.

“Sadly, it doesn’t work like that in football, and it’s about enjoying it when you get the opportunity. We can finish the job this week and get another promotion.

"We’re delighted with how it’s gone so far, of course we are.

“The target at the start of the season was promotion and maybe to win the league, but obviously Livingston proved too strong and ran out deserved winners.

“We finished comfortable in second place and now we want to finish off the season on a high by getting promotion.

“At the end of the day, if we don’t get that then we’ll not look back on the season too fondly.”

Andy praised this year's players for their great work ethic saying “it's been one of the best groups in terms of attitude” and added that everyone works hard away from the ground as they only train twice a week.

But he knows it will be hard work, adding: “Brechin are a strong side. I know a few of the boys and played with them earlier in my career. I know how good they are.

“We’re under no illusions about how hard a game it’ll be.

“They beat a full-time team in Raith Rovers to get to the final and you often find the team that makes it into fourth place has a bit of momentum and is always dangerous.

“We need to make sure we turn up, play to our potential, and that should be enough to get us promotion.”

The defender was also keen to point out boss Jim Goodwin's contribution to the stellar campaign this season.

He said: “The gaffer’s done really well. Under Jack Ross we started really well with 10 wins out of 10 and looked really strong.

“Once he left, the gaffer went from being a player to a manager, which is never easy to do, but he’s managed it really well.

“After a bumpy spell, we’ve went from strength to strength and I suppose that speaks to his character. The boys all enjoy training, working with him and working for him.

"He’s got every chance of working at a higher level – just hopefully not too soon!”